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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types Mixed Types

Nigel Matheson
PLUS
Nigel Matheson
Courses Plus Student 1,166 Points

This is still not quite right and I don't know why?

I believe I have done everything right but it is still wrong?

types.swift
// Enter your code below
let title = "A Dance With Dragons"
var rating Double = 7.5

"\ (title), \ (rating)\ (double)"

3 Answers

Jeff McDivitt
Jeff McDivitt
23,970 Points

The task does not ask for the line you have at the end, also you do not need to declare rating a double

let title = "A Dance with Dragons"
var rating = 7.5
var isAvailable = false
Nigel Matheson
PLUS
Nigel Matheson
Courses Plus Student 1,166 Points

Hi Jeff thank you for that. Where it says Var isAvailiable = false I don't get that I think I have missed something somewhere along the line.

Jeff McDivitt
Jeff McDivitt
23,970 Points

That is task three of the challenge I just included it it there